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Out of a jungle of rain-washed pines and junipers spearing the recent blueness with the Florida sky, ran a little, tawny-haired boy. His bare feet, extending from his overalled legs, crackled in opposition to the fallen palmettos. He leaped in to the air, flinging his arms towards a flock of white doves circling earlier mentioned him.
Rescue Me ID: 18-01-23-00203Laney (female) German Shepherd Mix Age: Puppy Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current Laney came to us as a Norwegian Lunderhund - that breed is not in any of the posting sites so we had to post her as a German Shepherd mix. She is an amazing pup at just a year old.
She loves everyone - seems to get along fine with other dogs - kids, adults, etc., are no problem with her. She just wants someone to love her. It appears she is housebroken. She has such an even going temperament and we think she would fit right into any loving situation. Because no one here at the shelter knew much about the breed we did some research and here is what we found: Peculiar is a good way to describe the Norwegian Lundehund.
Some might even ... (Read More)call him freakish. Also known as the 'puffin dog' (which is what his name means in Norwegian), he has six toes on each foot, with the toes on the front legs being triple- or double-jointed; his natural stance is east-west, with forelegs that turn outward at a 90-degree angle; and his head bends back so far that he can almost touch his back with it. Flexible shoulders permit his front legs to extend flat to the sides, and his prick ears can close and fold forward or backward.
Why all the weird characteristics? The Lundehund's original purpose was to climb cliffs on Norwegian islands and retrieve live puffins. His structure allows him to grip, climb, descend and squeeze into small crevices. The Lundehund sounds like a fun and interesting dog, for sure, but he has a complex personality and energy to spare. Most Lundehunds are fun loving and curious. Their unusual anatomy makes them capable of investigating small and hard-to-reach places that most would not expect a dog to be able to go.
It's important to be hyperaware of where a Lundehund might think to investigate and make sure those places are inaccessible if they could be dangerous. Don't be surprised to find your Lundehund contorted into some odd position or making his way through anything that resembles a crevice. Just be sure he can't climb or jump over or dig beneath your fence. Speaking of digging, Lundehunds are expert excavators.
In a matter of minutes, they can dig a hole large enough for them to climb into. Not surprisingly, this breed tends to be athletic and agile. The Lundehund's ability to turn on a dime makes him a natural at agility and flyball, and most of them are also good at other dog sports. He'll need long walks or other forms of active play to satisfy his exercise needs. Give him a minimum of two half-hour walks, one-on-one playtimes or other activity daily.
The Lundehund is best suited to an experienced dog owner who lives in a home with a safely fenced yard - not an electric fence. A consistently exercised Lundehund is less likely to get into trouble at home. The best thing about living with a Lundehund is his generally happy and agreeable personality. She is spayed, current on her shots, wormed, heartworm negative and micro-chipped. Her adoption fee is $225.
00. If interested in her please submit an adoption application from our website at www.patriotsforpets.com (Less) Adoption Fee: $225 Animal Location:Patriots for Pets Rescue and Shelter Inc.805 N. 40th StreetCerro Gordo County Clear Lake, IA 50428 MAP IT! Contact: 641-357-8050